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5-Part Framework for a Successful MBA Application {Webinar}

The GMAT is only part of the admissions puzzle. It’s an important part to be sure, but the other components of your application could be the difference between you getting accepted to your target school and not.  So what are the components of a successful MBA application and how can you put your best foot […]

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Understanding and Preparing for the GMAT {Webinar Sept. 26th }

If you are serious about pursuing a graduate management degree, the GMAT exam is a critical step. Not sure what the GMAT is all about and how best to prepare for it? Join GMAC, the makers of the exam, for a FREE webinar to help you understand the exam basics, how it works, and how […]

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Recognized! – Top 15 GMAT Blogs of 2019

The Dominate the GMAT Blog comes in at #2 Feedspot just released its list of the top 15 GMAT blogs and websites to follow in 2019, citing that they are “actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.” We’re honored to see our blog on this prestigious list. […]

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Preparing for the GMAT: What to Expect on Test Day

If you subscribe to the Boy Scout motto “Be prepared,” then it’s a good idea to research all facets of your GMAT experience. You’re spending hours working math and verbal practice questions, writing essays, and taking GMAT practice tests, yet you may be wondering: What are the logistical aspects of test day actually going to […]

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Webinar 6/12: Get Accepted to Harvard Business School

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO GAIN ACCEPTANCE AT HBS? Gain more insight and join Linda Abraham,  founder and CEO of Accepted, the top-tier admissions consultancy that helps you unlock your competitive advantage. You will learn:  The 4 key principles for gaining acceptance to HBSHow to approach Harvard’s single essay questionStrategies for addressing the […]

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GMAT Primes and the “Magic” of the Number 2

Numbers play an important role on the quantitative section of the GMAT, for obvious reasons, and arguably the most important numbers tested are prime numbers. As a reminder, a prime number is any number whose only two factors are 1 and itself. The first ten prime numbers, which you should know for the GMAT, are […]

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GMAT Number Properties – Free Webinar 5/15/19

In recent years, more and more “number properties” questions have been appearing on the GMAT in both Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Students often find them tricky because they involve concepts that can be challenging if you don’t have a solid mathematical foundation. I don’t want that to be your experience. In fact, there are a […]

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How to Succeed on the GMAT: 5 Study Habits

They say you are what you repeatedly do. What you repeatedly eat determines the state of your health. What you repeatedly read determines your thought processes. How you repeatedly practice for your favorite sport determines how good you’ll be at it. And so on. Likewise, when it comes to preparing for the GMAT, how you […]

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Night Owls Better at the GMAT?

I came across an article a couple weeks ago citing data that purportedly shows the GMAT scores of MBA students to be “much higher in both men and women that went to bed later and arose later.” The author suggests the findings are in line with a long-established link between bedtime and intelligence. Specifically, Study […]

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Understanding Pi on the GMAT – Happy Pi Day!

It’s Pi Day, March 14th (3.14)! In celebration, I want to share a quick mindset about Pi that I think you’ll find really helpful. I had a student ask me recently how to “solve for pi” in GMAT geometry questions. We went back and forth and it turns out she was really confused about the concept […]

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